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VVC will postpone all face-to-face instruction beginning Monday

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Lower campus of Victor Valley College (photo by Eduardo Degante Romero)

VICTORVILLE, Calif. — Victor Valley College (VVC) announced it will postpone all face-to-face instruction beginning Monday, March 16, 2020 in order to reduce the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

An email sent to all students on Sunday night stated all campus classes held online will continue as scheduled.

For the health and well-being of the Victor Valley College community, effective immediately, all in-person lectures and labs are suspended until Monday, March 30, 2020, stated VVC officials.

College administration is working diligently with campus leadership and unions while we move forward together for the health and safety of all. We will be moving as many classes as possible to an online
format.

During this time, the Victor Valley College campus offices will remain open. Student services are available online. Classes already held online will continue as scheduled.

The health and safety of students, staff, and faculty is Victor Valley College’s top priority. We will take all necessary steps to minimize the spread of the virus.

We thank our students, staff, faculty, and local community for the continued support and understanding as we navigate this situation together.
Additional updates will be forthcoming.

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